Backendless File storage can be used to host web applications. The file storage includes a special directory – “/web” which is used to host web application content. Since the default URLs for files in your file storage are rather long and use the backendless.com domain, it may be desirable to map a custom domain name to your Backendless backend and, specifically, the file storage.
Note that at the time of writing of this post, this feature is available for the applications in the Backendless Plus pricing plan, but that may change in the future.
The domain name mapping feature is available in Backendless Console:
For example, we created a CNAME alias for a subdomain on a domain name we own: web.chattingplanet.com:
Then we updated index.html located in the web folder with some very basic content: